Parental Guidance (PG), formerly NRC (Not Recommended for Children), is one of the seven classification categories of the Australian film rating system and one of the six for the computer game system of the Australian Classification Board.
It means it may contain content that children would find confusing or upsetting, and may require the guidance of parents and guardians. It is not recommended for viewing or playing by persons under 15 without guidance from parents or guardians.
The content is mild in impact.
Before 2006, the G8+ label was used in computer games.
Examples of PG materialEdit
- Bolts and Blip (some episodes)
- Daddy Day Camp (Infrequent mild coarse language)
- Florence Foster Jenkins (Mild themes and coarse language)
- Ghostbusters  (Mild supernatural themes and coarse language, some scenes may scare young children)
- Hail, Caesar! (Mild themes and coarse language)
- The Jungle Book  (Mild threat and violence, some scenes may scare young children)
- Juwanna Mann (Sexual references, Low level coarse language, Nudity)
- Kubo and the Two Strings (Mild themes and violence, some scenes may scare young children)
- Ghostbusters  (Mild supernatural themes and violence)
- I Am Setsuna (Mild threat, fantasy themes and violence)
- No Man's Sky (Mild science fiction themes and violence, online interactivity)
- Pokémon X and Y (Mild themes and violence, Gaming experience may change online)
- Project X Zone 2 (Mild themes, animated violence, coarse language and sexualised imagery)